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Another Successful Toy Drive for Children
Monday, January 12, 2015 
We wanted to take a moment to thank everyone associated with the Arms of Love Toy drive this year. These pictures do not do the event justice but you can get an idea of the amount of toys that were donated. There were about 600 children served this year, many of whom braved the rain to be there with us.  The Department cannot thank our community enough for helping to brighten the lives of many children in our community this year.

Firefighters Collecting Toys for Local Children
Monday, November 24, 2014 
It is that time again friends. We are once again partnering with Arms of Love and the Montgomery County Regional Jail to help needy children in our area obtain toys for Christmas. We are expecting 600+ children this year and can use your help obtaining new or gently used toy donations. Please consider donating to this great cause and help make a child have a little better Christmas this year.

Win a Free CPR Class
Monday, November 24, 2014 
Anybody up for a contest? Take a peek at the flyer to see how you can win a free CPR course for your business or group, while at the same time helping out a local charity

Structure Fire on Bell Farm Road
Thursday, November 13, 2014 
Monday evening at around 8pm units were dispatched to Bell Farm road for a reported structure fire.  Upon arrival they found heavy smoke coming from a mobile home.  One person was transported by helicopter to a local trauma center.  The fire remains under investigation. 

Local Home Caught Fire
Thursday, November 13, 2014 
Units responded at 5am Tuesday morning to North Martin Road where they encountered heavy fire conditions at a local residence. 

Firefighters Feed Local Residents
Friday, November 7, 2014 
On Wednesday and Thursday of this week our firefighters traveled to Montgomery Square Apartments and the Main Cross Apartments to provide lunch for nearly 100 residents.  A lunch of potato soup, chili, peanut butter sandwiches, pimento cheese sandwiches, and a dessert of blueberry and pumpkin muffins and red velvet cupcakes was served.  The residents seemed to enjoy the meal and our firefighters had a good time mingling with them. This event was made possible by the firefighters Montgomery County Cares donation fund. 

Firefighters Make Local Donations
Friday, November 7, 2014 
The firefighters of Montgomery County Fire/EMS, through their private donation fund Montgomery County Cares, recently awarded local donations to Pinky's Promise $750.00, God's Shelter $750.00, and the M&M Food Pantry $1000.00. 

Montgomery County Cares is a donation fund solely funded by employee payroll deductions in an effort to give back to our local community.  Over $5000.00 will be donated to local charities this fiscal year as part of this program.  There is no tax money used in any of these donations. 

Fall Burn Season
Tuesday, October 7, 2014 
Just a reminder that the fall burn season begins October 1 and lasts until December 15th, during this time period it is illegal to burn within 150' of a wooded area or brush land from 0600 hours until 1800 hours.

Saint Joseph Mount Sterling donates modems
FF/EMT Humphries, FF/Paramedic Robinson, Major Barber, Benny Nolen President of Saint Joseph Mount Sterling, Barry Papania Business Development for Kentucky One Health and Captain Smith.
   FF/EMT Humphries, FF/Paramedic Robinson,
      Major Barber, Benny Nolen President of
      Saint Joseph Mount Sterling, Barry
      Papania Business Development for
      Kentucky One Health and Captain Smith.
Monday, October 6, 2014 
Saint Joseph Mount Sterling presented Montgomery County Fire/EMS with new 3G modems for our LifePak 15 cardiac monitors. The new modems will allow extra coverage for the transmission of EKGs to Saint Joseph Mount Sterling, Saint Joseph Main and Saint Joseph East. Montgomery County Fire/EMS was one of the first departments in Kentucky to begin transmission of EKGs back in 2009.

1st Annual Tony Clayton Memorial Fire Prevention Run/Walk
Tuesday, September 30, 2014 
Montgomery Co. Fire/EMS, along with Kentucky One Health, Mt. Sterling-Montgomery County Chamber of Commerce, Mt. Sterling-Montgomery Co. Tourism, Montgomery Co. Health Dept., and the Downtown Athletic Club, invite you to attend our Tony Clayton Memorial Fire Prevention Run/Walk on Saturday October 25th at 11am.  The starting point will be at the Downtown Athletic Club parking lot where we will have a Health Fair set up along with inflatables for the kids and some good food.  The first 100 entrants who bring a donation of canned food will receive a goody bag (includes a t-shirt and other local goods).  All donated food items will be given to M & M Food pantry to help support their great efforts at reducing hunger locally.  We may also have information and possibly a representative from Pinky's Promise, a local charity that helps people who have been diagnosed with cancer.  Please come out and join in on the fun and activities, as well as participate in the health screenings. 

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